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Social Security provides new or replacement Social Security cards for free. The Social Security Administration on its website specifically warns that some businesses offer Social Security cards for a fee, and cautions in... More »

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To obtain a Social Security card, visit the Social Security Administration's website at SSA.gov to obtain an application form and determine what documents you will need, then take or mail the completed application and do... More »

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To obtain a replacement Social Security card, individuals must fill out an application through the Social Security Administration, show proof of identity, age and citizenship and submit the application and documents in p... More »

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